When can I move baby hamsters from under my desk back into the cage?
My teddy bear hamster escaped her cage, and gave birth to 11 babies under my desk, I gave her some bedding and tissue to make a nest and some food, but I'm wondering when i can move them all back into the cage.
hi u should do that straight away coz the mum n dad start to eat ur babby hamsters !!!
I know some books say not to touch baby hamsters, but I've handled a lot of them with no problem. Just be as quick as possible about it to cause them as little stress as possible. When I'm moving tiny hamsters I usually scoop up bedding and all and place it in the new location. Make sure you move mom at the same time.
i used 2 have hamsters, & i can say that it's safest NOT 2 touch them until they have a full coat & open their eyes. this is when the mother usually lets humans start touching them
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